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We held an event in Chicago to launch our partnership with libraries.

The event featured remarks from Director Richard Cordray as well as Charles Evans, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, and Keith Michael Fiels, executive director at the American Library Association. The event also included a panel discussion with CFPB officials, library representatives, and financial education experts.

The live event has now ended, but a recording of the event is available below.

  • David Rogofsky

    Has the stream started? The video screen is blank?

  • Trevor W.

    The livestream is cutting out every few seconds.

  • Mary Howard

    I’m sorry; I’ll have to disconnect. The livestream is too choppy to be coherent. I will catch the recording later. Thank you!

  • Polly

    Please post recording as soon as possible and send out link. My feed cannot catch-up with itself. Will watch offline later.

  • http://www.consumerfinance.gov CFPB Web Team

    There is a technical service disruption in the room. We’re working to create a smoother stream for you. Thank you for your patience. Also, a recording will be available after the event.

    • Dan

      When will the recording be made available?

  • Mary Jo Katras

    The video is cutting out so please send the recorded video out afterwards and I will listen offline.

    Thank you!
    Mary Jo Katras
    University of Minnesota Extension

  • Elizabeth Fraser

    Is there a way to be notified when the recording is posted?

  • Dan

    are you going to post the recording?

  • http://www.consumerfinance.gov CFPB Web Team

    The recording is available now.

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